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29 May 2009

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Robert Aguilera

I wish I could have attended last night. I am sorry I missed the event, but I will be sure to see the film. Thank you for this post.

Clare Leschin-Hoar

April, my home state of Iowa is land-o-giant monoculture. What used to look beautiful to me on a trip back home, now makes me cringe. It's been quite the personal-view transformation.

I think what Will Allen is doing is tremendously important. Food deserts can appear in suprising places, and the idea of "growing more farmers" is a spectacular solution. More college students are seeking farming apprenticeships (see this recent NYT article: http://tinyurl.com/nlsc5r) which I think is very hopeful. Nice post, and thanks for the round-up for that event. Was sorry I couldn't make it. ~~Clare

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